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Two More Cities Support Constructing a Veterans Cemetery in Anaheim

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Huntington Beach and Santa Ana’s city councils became the latest to unanimously support building a veterans cemetery in Anaheim’s Gypsum Canyon on Sept. 7. The Huntington Beach City Council unanimously “bypassed” their own charter rules to pass the resolution on the first reading rather than reviewing it in two separate readings. City Attorney Michael Gates said the council’s decision “sets a precedent too that other resolutions may come forward” and be passed upon first reading. “It’s generally speaking a good idea to look at these things in the context of other ordinances and make sure there’s no conflicts. Here clearly there isn’t one, it’s fine,” Gates said during the Sept. 7 council meeting. Huntington Beach Councilmember Mike Posey, who brought the item forward as a resolution, said he intended to bring it to the council “two weeks ago, but we canceled the meeting. So, there is a time of the essence element.” “If you’ve seen where …

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